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COMMENT: Our phones defined our lives in the same way as music and fashion.
There is one aspect of the Australian election that Simon Bridges wont be highlighting.
COMMENT: At the moment, Grandma is in palliative care in hospital.
Jacinda Ardern says she received so much 'feedback' on her hairdo, she did not repeat it.
COMMENT: Talent and money can be a recipe for disaster without the right support.
COMMENT: The scandal over Foulden Maar has reached critical mass.
COMMENT: Niki Bezzant on the study of the interplay between food and genes.
You say: Auckland Council needs reality check after delivering less for more.
COMMENT: A conservative Christian party could make a powerful coalition partner for Nats.
COMMENT: Based on current projections, New Zealand should be fine.
COMMENT: A celebration of Captain Cook's landing is a celebration of history whitewashed.
EDITORIAL: The ultimate responsibility for teaching values lies with parents & caregivers.
Letter writers share viewpoints on social media, heritage buildings and religion.
COMMENT: From the success of Paris, Ardern gets back to some problematic ministers.
EDITORIAL: The Blues have become synonymous with disappointment.
COMMENT: US research shows our Government was wrong-footed in axing charter schools.
COMMENT: When the camera is just on me, and me alone, it picks up my best side.
Rod Emmerson's take on the week.
A recap of the highlights of the week in politics.
In theory it sounds fine - practice is another thing, Audrey Young writes
NYT: What's it like to ignore GOT for years and then binge it all in five weeks?
Fans furious over heel turn simply bought into the character's madness says Karl Puschmann
Spotted in Avondale.
We say: Paying out hotel raises difficult - and costly - questions for the CRL project.
Letter writers comment on e-scooters, climate change, capital markets and Alex.
Christchurch Call doesn't trample on right to free speech.
John Tamihere is making big promises, but big isn't always the same as good.
Comment: "There are many ways any business can influence wellbeing beyond paying a wage."
Paris summit helps to build Jacinda Ardern's international status.
The elite European football league have lost their mission statements in all the euphoria.
Letter writers ruminate on bus passes, health and compensation for City Rail Link works.
Comment: The pole or the pavement?
We say: There has never been a better time to find out how your fund is performing.
COMMENT: It is now evident that Labour will not deliver, writes Bryce Edwards.
The property market is flattening off - except for smaller houses.
COMMENT: Wellbeing Budget will need to manoeuvre through the living standards framework.
COMMENT: Press freedom also needs protection while blocking terrorism.
The dotted yellow no stopping-marked space or the solid white lined-marked parking space?
EDITORIAL: Is the takeover flurry by overseas buyers an alarming trend or natural cycle?
Letter writers weigh the merits of the Christchurch Call meeting in Paris, and bullying.
NYT: She had lost every last bit of her skin. During the day I became her torturer.
NYT: Why you shouldn't be quick to judge passengers fleeing the burning plane in Moscow.
COMMENT: commodifying women as 'providers of sex' is sexist and debasing.
After being vegan for a year she slipped up. Here's the impact it's had on her health.
COMMENT: The failure to pronounce names correctly remains an embarrassment.
COMMENT: Freedom of speech is a limited right, with a need to respect others.
You say: Pondering Jacinda Ardern's circle of advisers, Ihumātao land and the Blues.
EDITORIAL: RWC set to be the football in a debate about free speech and religious freedom.
COMMENT: Economic textbooks are missing several key facets of human nature.
Switzerland's first new concept "VIP bedroom" cinema has opened.
COMMENT: New legislation isn't the crucial planet-saving bill that many were hoping for.
COMMENT: Good weeks don't come along too often in politics.
Lee Suckling shares a 'genius little nugget' about all voices being considered equal.
"Saw this creative parking by Auckland Council on the North Shore," writes Martin.
COMMENT: Committees so often make inconsistent, confusing and downright wrong decisions.
COMMENT: Many of the beers we drink are rewards for hard work.
COMMENT: Why don't the Blues know how to win? Another bad night at dreary old Eden Park.
You say: We have future in our hands.
COMMENT: The sector is ready to participate in a co-design approach to develop solutions.
Wait times for surgery can be fixed says a former Health Ministry deputy director-general.